We’re moving again. Well, this will be our first move since I started my blog in January, but our third move in the last year and a half. My husband and I lived in Indiana for the first 6 years of our married life while he was working on his PhD. The past year we’ve been living in Illinois for his current job and I’ve stayed home. Now we’re moving to Texas for his new job! We’re really excited about moving because Texas is a lot closer to our family. One thing we have to do when moving to a different state is find the Department of motor vehicles, get a new license, find out the requirements for obtaining said license, and take a DMV test.
Every state has their own manual and their own laws that you have to learn, or re-learn! Every state also has a different requirement for passing their DMV test. In Indiana you could only miss one question on the “signs” section, so if you got two signs mixed up- that’s it- you fail! Fortunately I didn’t miss any on that section, but I did study beforehand. When we moved to Illinois I didn’t study for the test, but they had a more lenient policy for missing questions. I did learn that in Illinois you can’t talk on your phone in a construction zone (umm…that makes sense!) I wonder what different laws Texas will have? When was the last time you took a DMV test?